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I’ve always wanted to learn how to drift ever since I previously owned a Nissan 240sx. Unfortunately, it’s nearly impossible to find a reasonably priced Nissan 240sx these days or any other cheap car we could use for drifting. We needed something reliable, inexpensive, and capable of drifting with little to no mods required. Our total budget is $5k. That includes the car, maintenance, tires, safety gear, and mods. This is what we found; a 2004 BMW… Building a Datsun Under$5000

Is it possible to build a Datsun Z car for under $5K? So far we’ve been able to stay under a$5000 budget for our 1981 Datsun 280ZX turbo build project car. We thought it would be helpful to created a mini buyers guide with tips on how we’ve managed to stay under \$5000 along with a list of places we’ve purchased Datsun parts. We also put together a YouTube video with more details on work we’ve done and plan to do on the Datsun 280ZX Turbo build.

Why Is the Datsun 280zx Hated

Why is the Datsun 280ZX hated?

You’re searching for a Datsun Z car and you start to wonder why you can easily find a late 70s early 80s Datsun 280ZX. You soon realize that the prices aren’t too bad either. As you look closer, you realize that the front and rear bumper are HUGE. Then you tell yourself, I can get rid of those ugly bumpers, but you find that there isn’t a whole lot of aftermarket body kits for the 280ZX. In fact, the more you dig into the Datsun 280ZX you realize…

Purchasing a 1972 Datsun 510 Bluebird

Accidentally found a 1972 Datsun 510 2 Door Bluebird

I was recently browsing for Datsun 280zx parts on craigslist in my area when I stumbled across a Datsun 510 2 door for sale. The 510 is quite rare, especially for a 2 door. I’d hunted for a Datsun 510 before I bought the 81 Datsun 280zx but always came up empty-handed.

A New Build - The Datsun 280ZX

1981 Datsun 280ZX Turbo Build

My day job continues to revolve around IT-related ITBuilds work, and I tend to spend quite a bit of time on other tech related builds. So I decided it was time to get away from the keyboard and embark on a non-IT-related build.